In this new blog post I want to address a common situation I see students facing: there are several cloud providers and you want to check out the different platforms. The reason is you want to be prepared; for example working with cloud resources related to courses at your university or for a hackathon. One of these cloud providers is IBM Cloud and this blog post is about how to get started with IBM Cloud.
In this new blog post I want to address a common situation for developers: You want to participate in a hackathon, and you plan to use IBM Cloud, but you have never used it before. How to prepare
In this blog post I just want to highlight an awesome guideline I noticed on GitHub: How to deploy WordPress to a free IBM Cloud Kubernetes Cluster for non-productive usage? Why do I say "non-productive"? Because of the free IBM Cloud Kubernetes Cluster , which will be deleted after 30 days. Surely you can also … Continue reading Deploy WordPress on a free IBM Cloud Kubernetes Cluster for non-productive usage
With this post I want to help to avoid pitfalls in wording of promo code and feature code in context with IBM Cloud. I wrote in two blog posts about, how to enter feature codes and use them: Feature code and free Kubernetes Cluster @IBM Cloud How to enter your feature code in the newer … Continue reading (outdated) A promo code is used as a feature code @IBM Cloud